Zimbabwe Republic Police High School
Gradesordinary and advanced level
Contact Details:
Tel: +263 4 861666

Zimbabwe Republic Police High School was set up by the 2001 Commissioner of Police (ZRP), Augustine Chihuri, in Harare. The school is also open to non-police force members' children.

ZRP High School

See High Schools Of Zimbabwe.
See List of Secondary and High Schools in Zimbabwe and Contact Numbers.
See Association of Trust Schools.
See Zimbabwe Top 100 O' Level Schools. (November 2018)


Address: 866 Borrowdale Road, Hatcliffe, Scam Way, Off Alped Rd Harare.
Telephone: +263 4 861666, +263 242 860544, 077 458 2122.

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The school opened in 2001 and is closely affiliated to the Zimbabwe Republic Police. Most of the students are children of members of the police force but the school is also open to Zimbabwean civilians.[1]

School Grounds

Grounds, buildings,

Students / Teachers / Courses

2003–2006 - Mr. Rinashe
2007–2008 - Mr. Tarehwa
2008–2018 - Mr. J. Chingonzoh
2018 – present (2021) - Mr. Mazhombwe

As of 2014, the school was said to have made it into the top three of the Zimbabwe School Examinations Council O’ Level results after posting a series of impressive results as high as 95,58% pass rate. The school offers ten ordinary level subjects plus commercials, arts and sciences for Advanced level. Each year the school is said to have at least three of its students awarded scholarships to attend university outside of the country especially in America courtesy of the United States Embassy.[1] The school is also hailed for its emphasis on discipline and hard work, attributes which have immensely contributed to the school's success.[2]

In the Zimbabwe Top 100 O' Level Schools, (November 2018), ZRP High School was ranked 3rd with a pass rate of 96.58%.


Founders Day, sports day, extra-curricular activities.


Famous names associated with the school.

Other information

Further Reading


  1. 1.0 1.1 Wellington Zimbowa Discipline, determination drive ZRP High School, The Standard, Published: June 8, 2014, Retrieved: April 30, 2015
  2. Only Five Fail at ZRP, The Herald, Published: February 12, 2013, Retrieved: April 30, 2015